Aquiline Drones (AD), a “fast-growing drone manufacturing and cloud technology company,” is all set to launch the first ‘Drone-on-Demand’ (DoD) mobile app in the U.S, reports geospatialworld.com.
All mobile devices, including smartphones and tablets, can access this new DoD app. Aerial photography and videography services are available for almost everything, from utility inspections, outdoor events, real estate, safety patrol, search and rescue missions, precision farming, tracking wildlife to beach patrol.
In the words of Barry Alexander, CEO and founder of Aquiline Drones, DoD “will allow both individuals and businesses to enjoy the luxury and convenience of ordering both private and commercial drone services right from their fingertips” and where the app “will make in-house drone operations more feasible.”
The drone-on-demand service elevates the safety and privacy standards, fostering a more responsible use of drones in society. DoD uses artificial intelligence to remove the risk of hardware loss and liability from bad operating.
Users of the app can interact live with the drone during flight. They may also later obtain footage of the recorded content. The hourly cost varies according to the customer’s request, job complexity, flight duration and other factors.
Aquiline Drones recently launched its ambitious Flight to The Future program where the company aim to train one million people on how to operate sophisticated drones to fulfil the increasing demand for commercial unmanned craft missions.
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(News Source: https://www.geospatialworld.net)